Singapore hiking, cycling, and sightseeing routes

Although Singapore is a small country without mountains, there are still some hiking spots in the city, ranging from easy to challenging. Some popular hiking trails include:

Bukit Batok Hillside Nature Park
Bukit Batok Hillside Nature Park is a hidden gem in Singapore. It is a former park that was closed in 1995 but has since been reclaimed by nature. The park is now home to a variety of plants and animals, including torii gates, a well, and a network of trails.
The park is located on the slopes of Bukit Batok Hill and is accessible via a few different trails. The easiest trail starts from Bukit Batok West Avenue 2 and leads up to the park’s main entrance…..more

Dairy Farm and Bukit Timah hiking trail
These are just a few of the many hiking trails that are available in Dairy Farm and Bukit Timah. If you are looking for a challenging hike, the Dairy Farm Loop is a great option. If you are looking for a more leisurely hike, the Bukit Timah Nature Trail is a good choice. And if you are looking for an educational trail, the Wallace Trail is a great option.
No matter which trail you choose, you are sure to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the peace of these nature parks…..more

Keppel Hill Reservoir Trail is a 0.8-kilometer (0.5-mile) long trail that is part of the Southern Ridges, a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) long park connector system in Singapore. The Keppel Hill Reservoir Trail starts at Seah Im Carpark and ascends to Keppel Hill Reservoir, where it connects to the Faber Walk.
The trail is relatively easy, with a few steep sections. It is well-maintained and has plenty of signage. Along the way, you will pass through lush vegetation, including forests, gardens, and even a nutmeg plantation.
The trail offers stunning views of the city skyline and the surrounding area. At the top of the trail, you can visit Keppel Hill Reservoir, which is a popular spot for fishing and bird-watching…more

The Rail Corridor is a 24 km long former railway line that is now a popular hiking and cycling trail. It stretches from Tanjong Pagar in the south to Kranji in the north. The corridor is home to a variety of wildlife, including monkeys, squirrels, and birds. It also features several historical landmarks, such as the Bukit Timah Railway Station and the Bukit Timah Truss Bridge….more

Southern Ridges: This 10-km (6.2-mile) long park connector system links Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park, and Labrador Nature Reserve. Some of the popular trails in the Southern Ridges include the Marang Trail, the Forest Walk, the Alexandra Arch, and the Henderson Waves…. more

MacRitchie Reservoir Park: This park is home to several hiking trails, including the TreeTop Walk, the MacRitchie Reservoir Trail, and the Forest Walk. The TreeTop Walk is an elevated walkway that offers stunning views of the forest. The MacRitchie Reservoir Trail is a 5.6-km (3.5-mile) long trail that goes around the reservoir. The Forest Walk is a 1.5-km (0.93-mile) long elevated walkway that connects MacRitchie Reservoir Park to the Central Catchment Nature Reserve.

Kranji Marshes: This is a 200-hectare (500-acre) marshland that is home to a variety of birdlife. Some of the popular trails in Kranji Marshes include the Kranji Marshes Boardwalk, the Kranji Reservoir Trail, and the Kranji War Memorial Trail.

These are just a few of the many hiking trails in Singapore. There are trails to suit all levels of fitness and interests, so you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you.
However, it is important to note that Singapore is a tropical country, so the weather can be hot and humid. It is advisable to hike early in the morning or late in the afternoon when the temperatures are cooler. You should also bring plenty of water and sunscreen, and wear comfortable shoes with good traction.


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